Minimalist Capsule Wardrobe Winter – Keeping Warm and Stylish Too!The proper quality items in your closet ensure that you stay warm and keep looking stylish with your minimalist capsule wardrobe for winter. Some of you live in climates where winter feels more like spring – with just an occasional cold snap to remind you it’s winter.
So, it’s important for you to design your winter minimalist wardrobe for your own needs. You may not need all the items I mention in this post, but when you’re choosing, try to stay close to the neutral shades like ivory, gray, black and beige.
You can choose from solids or patterns to complement your basic minimalist capsule items. If you’re on a strict budget, you’ll want to purchase winter items that will pair with everything in your closet.
I, personally, love the gloves, scarves and socks that play so much a part of the minimalist capsule wardrobe for winter. Here’s a good example of some items you might want in your own collection for the chilly winter months:
According to where you live, you may not need the Sherpa jacket and can get along with the wrap coat or cocoon cardigan. A down vest is also a great investment for winter as an extra layer of warmth. You can wear it all year round because it’s lightweight and so very comfortable.
Leggings are also mandatory for winter months. They keep the heat in and look great with a tunic sweater. Wear this outfit with sneakers or tall boots to make a fashion statement.
Other items that I’ve added to my minimalist capsule wardrobe for winter might include gloves, a beanie to keep my head warm – and it’s so cute. I love a good scarf and a cardigan. Oh, and don’t forget some socks to keep your feet warm and wear with boots or sneakers.
When temperatures drop, it’s easy to get carried away when shopping for a winter wardrobe. I try to keep new winter items to a minimum and keep in mind why I began this minimalist journey in the first place.
All I have to do is look in my closet to feel good about my goals for creating a minimalist capsule wardrobe for winter. I realize that my closet contains over 20 weeks’ worth of winter outfits even if I don’t add one other thing.
Here’s an example of what’s in my minimalist capsule wardrobe for winter:
I’m so proud of myself and how I stuck to the budget of $300 and was still able to find quality winter items that will last for years to come. My family is proud of my new minimalist attitude too and for birthdays and holidays like Christmas, I usually open at least a couple of presents that are perfect additions to my wardrobe.
Rather than stressing about what to wear every day, I can now assure myself that I can create dozens of sharp looking outfits from my closet of a minimalist capsule wardrobe for winter. It’s a cozy feeling.